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Post by MannyLedezma » Thu Oct 29, 2009 4:45 am

No doubt! At least I know the signature is noticeable!
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Post by dsat » Thu Oct 29, 2009 10:06 am

the future of minimal is the sound of me being constipated

seriously, let the future be what it will be, take it as it comes
don't worry about that

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Post by Atheory » Thu Oct 29, 2009 11:21 am

honestly i see the future of house and techno being from places that aren't europe or america.

lots of great african house records over the last few years.

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Post by Maiyal » Thu Oct 29, 2009 1:25 pm

dsat wrote:the future of minimal is the sound of me being constipated

seriously, let the future be what it will be, take it as it comes
don't worry about that
If everyone keeps waiting, nothing new will ever come out of it. Someone HAS to keep it moving.

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Post by Celltek » Thu Oct 29, 2009 1:48 pm

The future of minimal was kidnapped by Ricardo Villalobos in the summer of 2007.

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Post by Atheory » Thu Oct 29, 2009 1:54 pm

Maiyal wrote:
dsat wrote:the future of minimal is the sound of me being constipated

seriously, let the future be what it will be, take it as it comes
don't worry about that
If everyone keeps waiting, nothing new will ever come out of it. Someone HAS to keep it moving.
i think he meant its pointless speculating.

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Post by Del » Thu Oct 29, 2009 2:03 pm

Maiyal wrote:
dsat wrote:the future of minimal is the sound of me being constipated

seriously, let the future be what it will be, take it as it comes
don't worry about that
If everyone keeps waiting, nothing new will ever come out of it. Someone HAS to keep it moving.
And people are keeping it moving. They always have and always will. It's a natural progression. It's only when people get lazy and stop searching and listening with open ears when the illusion of techno standing still becomes a reality.

I and many others are discovering new sounds, producers, DJs every day (new and old music that sounds fresh) by simply making an effort to do so. Anyone who hangs out around the Beatport charts and refuse (don't want to) look past the 'A listers' are gonna end up disappointed.

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Post by cloutier » Thu Oct 29, 2009 2:13 pm

http://www.bodytonicmusic.com/words/200 ... ostello-1/


donnacha puts it out there how it is...and, for the most part, i follow his stance. i'd like to see people quit being so microscopic and go back to letting records breath...which is why i've been playing less and less serato (though i'm moving to traktor scratch) and more and more vinyl again.

donnacha costello's article wrote: I headed down to see the last hour of Daniel Bell's DJ set. I wish I had arrived earlier as I haven't enjoyed a DJ set so much in many years. Dan was playing indescribably great house records and, for a little while, I danced like no-one was watching. It felt good.

Watching him play was an education, the set was all vinyl and executed respectfully and expertly. He simply chose a record, cued it, mixed with little fuss or fanfare, and continued in this way record after record. I say he played "respectfully" because he allowed each record to do its own thing before introducing the next with subtlety and again allowing it to do its own thing.

Great records in the hands of a great DJ can take on greater significance but I fear that this is becoming forgotten and the kind of skill exhibited By Dan that afternoon will one day be a lost art.

The effect of today's technical milieu and the ceaseless tech-evangelism of one or two of our most prominent DJs seems to be that younger DJs are being encouraged to use new tools to re-edit, loop, chop and combine music to conform to their own personal view of how music should be and to make it their own. (sic)
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